The Arizona Cardinals and free-agent quarterback Mike Glennon reportedly agreed to terms on a contract Tuesday following just a bad experiment with the Chicago Bears‘ as they decided to go with rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky instead.
The Bears initially signed Glennon to a three-year, $45 million deal in March 2017. However, the total numbers were a bit misleading since the contract was essentially a year-to-year pact that only included $18.5 million guaranteed.
#Cardinals source tells me that “Glennon is done” Expect QB Mike Glennon to sign with team tomorrow.
— Tiffany Blackmon (@tiffblackmon) March 14, 2018